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Tag: sliders

Midtown, NYC: Vander Bar

During my most recent trip to NYC, I stayed in The Roosevelt Hotel and was completely blown away by the breakfast so of course I jumped when I had a chance to try one of the restaurants on their property, Vander Bar. Midtown has a large business population, so the […]

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Federal Hill: The Charles

When a new spot opens in Fed Hill, it feels like everyone takes notice. The revamp of Mad River into The Charles is definitely a welcome addition. The space is sleek and has ditched the sleezy late night vibe.  Chef Cory Pastor has done a great job with the […]

Merguez Sliders

Federal Hill: SoBo Market

SoBo Café is one of my favorite spots in Federal Hill, when I heard the owners were opening SoBo Market even closer to my apartment, I was ecstatic. The menu consists of mostly small plates and sandwiches – it’s perfect for sharing. The space is also small and […]

Spicy Lamb Meatball with Tzatziki

Fells Point: 8 Ball Meatball

Fells Point has recently been graced with a few new awesome restaurants. One of the new spots that received a lot of hype is 8 Ball Meatball. It specializes in meatballs, which you can order your way. Over a salad, on a sub, as sliders, or over spaghetti. […]

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Downtown Baltimore: The Capital Grille

There is definitely not a shortage of steakhouses right around the harbor. Recently, The Capital Grille, one of the steakhouses in the harbor rolled out their new bar menu. The menu has all the standard delicious Capital Grille offerings, some traditional bar menu offerings, and is accompanied by a classic […]

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Food Truck: Upslidedown Dave’s

Something I love about summertime is the weekly food truck gatherings that take place. Roughly once a week (weather permitting) there is a venue with about ten or more food trucks willing to serve some of their finest food truck creations. Recently I was at a food truck gathering and I spotted a […]

Columbia: The Ale House Columbia

I’m always surprised with how much I love The Ale House Columbia because it’s owned by the same people who own Pratt Street Ale House and I did not enjoy it there. I’ve now been to The Ale House Columbia more than just a handful of times and I’ve never had a […]